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Last week, Ubisoft’s latest assassin adventure, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla saw a new update land that introduces a wide range of fixes and additions. The update became available for all platforms on January 14, 2021. Title Update 1.1.1 was detailed in an official Reddit post, and the list is quite chunky! Firstly, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla now has access to Ubisoft
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Prior to the launch of the next-generation Xbox Series X | S this year, Xbox’s subscription service has been coined by many as a fantastic deal for gamers. Throughout the year we’ve seen numerous big-name games hit the service, such as Red Dead Redemption 2 for a small period of time. To coincide with the launch of
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In a tweet from creator Brian Lee O’Malley, Ubisoft’s Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition might get a physical release after launch. “Game comes out January 14 now,” says O’Malley. “Working on getting a physical release but if it happens it’ll be after digital.” game comes out january 14 now. Working on
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Multiple Japanese and Asia players are angry at Ubisoft for the blood and gore censorship of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Review). This kind of censorship in games with realistic graphics is a common occurrence in Japan. One popular example is Biohazard, the Resident Evil series. Indeed, for the
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After announcing an indefinite delay for the release date of Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six Quarantine in 2021 in a recent financial report by Ubisoft, now Microsoft Store has revealed that the next Far Cry will be available on May 25, instead of its original February release date. The new release date for Far Cry 6 matches the period that was announced by Ubisoft for the
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Watch Dogs Legion is a game that offers near-infinite possibilities. Players can utilize advanced technology that lets you hack into nearly any terminal, phone, surveillance and security system, computer, AI system, vehicle, or other tech devices that you may find. You also have an entire city full of people who can be recruited and made
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For the past few months, Ubisoft has been at the center of an ever-evolving reckoning in the video game industry; across the board, people have been stepping forward and sharing their stories of abuse. Ubisoft’s prevalence in the situation was particularly alarming, especially considering how seemingly universal it was at the worldwide company. They’ve been
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